Food luvrs

It is said that way to mans heart is through his stomach so to impress Ur dear ones i would like to share some of my recipes which are konkani and also non Konkani traditional food. I have learn t them from different people, books, watching different TV programs, internet etc due to my interest in cooking and the guidance from my dearest Mom. I must admit most part of inspiration has come to me from my mother who is an excellent cook. i know i cant match with her still i would like to do good cause of sharing the recipes thr my blog and would be happy to hear success stories from you who have tried recipes posted here. It would be my pleasure, if you’ve benefited in some way by what you read on this blog.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Hot garlic babycorns

First time i tried this dish and it came out really well.

Ingredients:
 20-25 babycorn, cut into 1 1/2" diagonally
 1/2 cup Red or yellow Capsicum, cut into diamond
 2-3 red chillies whole, break into two
 4tbsp cornstarch
 1 spring onion, sliced
 1 medium onion, cut into quarters and separate each layer
 10-12 garlic, chopped
 4 tbsp tomato sauce
 1tbsp vinegar
 8-10 red chilli, soaked in little vinegar and warm water and grind to smooth paste
 1tsp sugar
 salt
 1cup vegetable stock
 1tbsp sesame oil
 1tbsp red chilli flakes

Method:
  1. In a bowl, Add babycorns, sprinkle 2tbsp of cornstarch and mix well. if u find too dry then add 2tbsp of water. add salt as per taste. and deep fry the babycorns and keep aside.
  2. Heat oil in a pan, add dried red chillies, garlic and stir fry. Add tomato sauce, vinegar, Red chilli paste, sugar and salt.Stir in vegetable stock an high heat for a minute.
  3. Add both capsicums, onion, spring onion and cook for 2 mins. Stir in remaining cornstarch blended in waterand cook till starts to thicken.
  4. Add deep fried baby corns and toss well to coat. drizzle sesame oil, sprinkle red chilli flakes and serve hot.

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